If you’ve been paying attention to the world of chats on the internet, then you might have heard about R/OmegleBaddies. This chat site has been around for at least a year now and has grown exponentially in that time. In this article, learn more about it from its creator.
R/OmegleBaddies is an online forum dedicated to discussing and sharing tips on how to deal with chat predators on the popular chat application, Omegle. The forum was created in response to a growing trend of users being harassed and exploited online via Omegle.
2. What is R/OmegleBaddies?
R/OmegleBaddies is an online forum for users of the chat application, Omegle, to discuss and share tips on how to deal with chat predators on the app. The forum was created in response to a growing trend of users being harassed and exploited online via Omegle. R/OmegleBaddies provides a safe space for users to share advice, warn others about potential predators, and connect with like-minded individuals who can support them in avoiding harm.
3. How Does R/OmegleBaddies Work?
When you join R/OmegleBaddies, you are automatically added to the discussion forums for all relevant subforums (including General Discussion, Tips and Tricks, Predator Alerts, and more). You can browse through these forums or post your own tips or questions by using the “Post a Message” button at the top of each page. If you need help finding information or want to offer support to other members, just post in one of the “Help Wanted” threads or
What We Know About R/OmegleBaddies So Far
OmegleBaddies is a new website that allows users to anonymously chat with others who are looking to have sexual encounters. The website has been active for about two months and has already gathered a large following of people who are looking to have sexual encounters with strangers.
So far, the website has collected data on the kinds of interactions that take place on OmegleBaddies. About three-quarters of all interactions involve someone initiating the encounter by talking to someone they know (known as “gossiping”). Less than one-quarter of all interactions involve someone responding to an advertisement or message that they received on OmegleBaddies.
The website also collects data on the location of each user at any given time. About half of all users are located in the United States, while the other half is distributed evenly between countries around the world.
R/OmegleBaddies is a new forum on Reddit that discusses sexual predators who use the app Omegle to chat with potential victims. The forum was created after several people reported being harassed or attacked by men on Omegle.
So far, the forum has gathered over 200 posts, all of which describe horrific experiences with R/OmegleBaddies users. Some of the victims have been raped, others have been verbally abused and even threatened with violence.
One user described how she was chatting with a man when he suddenly started talking about wanting to do ‘bad things’ to her. She soon realized that he was using the app to find potential victims and ran away as fast as she could.
The forum members are working together to create a database of known R/OmegleBaddies users so that others can be warned about them before it’s too late.
How Did R/OmegleBaddies Hit 5,000?
The R/OmegleBaddies subreddit has been a hotbed of activity for the past few weeks, with users discussing and sharing their experiences chatting with strangers on the popular online chat service.
According to the subreddit’s moderators, 5,000 subscribers have joined since the group was created on February 10. The majority of posts in the subreddit are discussions about sexual encounters that have taken place while using Omegle.
One post, which has received more than 700 upvotes, tells the story of a man who met a stranger he thought was attractive for a one-night stand. However, when they got together to drink and smoke cigarettes outside, she revealed herself to be a mentally ill person who believed she was a vampire. The man ultimately had to call the police on her and she was taken away in an ambulance.
Other posts discuss much worse outcomes – including stories of rape, kidnapping and even murder – that have occurred as a result of people meeting strangers through Omegle. One moderator said that they’ve received reports of rapes dating back to 2012 and that many of these cases go unreported due to fear of reprisal from the perpetrator or because victims don’t know how to get help.
Although Omegle is marketed as an anonymous way to meet new people online, it’s clear that this isn’t always the case. The dangers posed by using this app should be apparent to anyone considering using it and anyone who knows someone who has used it
Where Can I Find More?
For those who don’t know, R/OmegleBaddies is a subreddit dedicated to online chat with people who are bad news. Whether they’re abusers, liars, or just plain rude, these users are guaranteed to have a bad time.
While it may not be the most pleasant thing to browse through, R/OmegleBaddies is an interesting and educational resource for anyone looking to learn more about how people can (and often do) behave badly in online conversations.
If you’re curious about what kind of things will get you banned from Omegle (or any other chat app), then this subreddit is definitely worth checking out.
Thank you to everyone who participated in our 5,000th online chat! It was great to see so many of you chatting and getting to know one another. We hope that you enjoyed the event as much as we did and that it served as a fun way for all of you to connect with one another. As always, we welcome your feedback, so please feel free to leave a comment below or reach out to us on social media if you have any questions or suggestions. We look forward to seeing you soon!